CISA certification- the dream certification for IS Auditors

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CISA training and certification makes one stand apart from other IT professionals by demonstrating proven expertise in job roles related to audit, control, monitor and assess organization’s information technology and business systems. It not only elevate one’s professional stature and make one recognized as an expert in your profession, it is globally accepted and recognized to hold power which takes one ahead in one’s career. It increases one’s earning potential, credibility and proves to employers that one is worthy of adding value to their enterprise.

Early Registration Deadline

The CISA exam is offered annually during the months of June and December. The Registration dates for 10 December 2011 has opened already.

  • The Early Registration Deadline is 17 August 2011 and
  • The Final registration deadline is on 5 October 2011.

Significance – Why be a CISA?

To take comprehensive view of the information systems and relationship for the progress and success of an organization, it is important to recruit and retain people, who may handle such job profile. Also, the need for compliance has been increase due to the grown rate of risks and complexity of information systems. CISA certification not only values your expertise in computer systems audit, it is considered as a globally recognized standard of achievement for individuals in IS audit, control or security professions. The certification validates the proficiency of an expert and hence forms the basis of measurement of expertise of an individual.

The CISA certification course has been designed for the following professionals:

  • Information security professionals
  • Security Auditor
  • Systems security professionals
  • Network security professionals
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